Previous EPA Administrators Handed Rulemaking ‘Grenades’ to Obama, William Reilly Says

December 17th, 2010

By Gabriel Nelson
Greenwire
December 17, 2010

At a time of unprecedented rancor over the costs and benefits of U.S. EPA rules, the Obama administration has far less leeway than the agency’s critics in Congress suggest, according to the man who led the agency under George H.W. Bush.

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More Republicans Come Out Against Palin

December 14th, 2010

Drudge Report
December 14, 2010

Several more prominent Republicans have questioned Sarah Palin’s qualifications for president because she quit in the middle of her term as Alaska governor.

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REGULATIONS: Former EPA chief Whitman criticizes GOP’s repeal tactics

December 13th, 2010

By Gabriel Nelson
Greenwire
December 13, 2010

Christine Todd Whitman, who led U.S. EPA for the first two years of the George W. Bush presidency, is warning her Republican colleagues not to read too much into last month’s election as they embark on a push to reject the Obama administration’s policies.

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Sarah Palin is ‘unqualified to be president’

December 13th, 2010

Orlando Sentinel/The Hill/Huffington Post
December 13, 2010

It seems not everyone in the Republican Party is backing former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.

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Women still lag in holding office

December 5th, 2010

By Michael Symons
Gannett Statehouse Bureau
December 5, 2010

TRENTON — Swearing-in ceremonies today at the Statehouse welcoming Dawn Marie Addiego and Linda Greenstein to the state Senate will boost the number of women in the Legislature’s upper house to 10, the highest on record.

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